American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One who programs, especially:
- n. Computer Science One who writes computer programs.
- n. One who prepares or writes instructional programs.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who makes up a program: as, the official programmer of the Jockey Club.
- n. One who writes computer programs; a software developer.
- n. One who decides which programs will be shown on a television station.
- n. A device that installs a software program into some other machine.
- n. A short film feature as part of a longer film program, a "B-movie" (now rare)
- n. a person who designs and writes and tests computer programs
- to program + -er. (Wiktionary)
“But I could not legally have an account to a programmer is If did not have a real address in the country the programmer is allowed to sell to.”
“But with a wife and two small kids, I must work for a living and so I will have to be a visitor until I can land a remote telecommuter gig (which as a programmer is feasible, but getting an employer who is willing is not so easy).”
“To begin with, I doubt that the $150K/yr computer programmer is the correct baseline for comparison.”
“Also, where does this BS about being a programmer is "easy" come from?”
“The software programmer is out with health issues – so no tech support!”
“Of course programmer is one of the biggest power users of the system.”
“Sandeen for Armstrong: The programmer is unlikely to revoke the license.”
“We are looking for a long-term programmer as well as for short projects”
“I am looking for a LONG term programmer who can work on projects for me here and there.”
“Looking for Long term programmer for affiliate site”
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